His father's death in plunged him into a depression that lasted some years. The ever-occurring number of three points out Dodgson always having in mind the three girls he tells the story to.
The Victorian Age was also a very turbulent period of drastic change. In general, the members of the Mad Tea-Party debate the most with Alice in comparison to the other Wonderland creatures.
In his diary entries forwhen he was twenty-three, Dodgson reveals his frustration for failing to do his mathematics, having been enticed into the more attractive activities of reading and sketching. In and he composed a set of literary pieces specifically for the journal The Train.
His imagination was crucially attached to childhood and child accoutrements. But if Alice has endured unscathed, its author has taken a pummeling. Biographers disagree over what kind of man Charles Dodgson really was.
In his diary Carroll took note of that special day as follows: Duckworth and I made an expedition up the river to Godstow with the three Liddells; we had tea on the bank there, and did not reach Christ Church again till quarter past eight.
He stopped taking photographs because keeping his studio working was too time-consuming.